Zdena Berger

Date: July 29, 2009
Interviewers: Christine Fairless, Linden Van Wert, Michael Roberston, Rudine Wright, Shirley Taylor, Margaret Ann Morgan, with Howard Levin
Location: Bodega Bay, CA

Zdena Berger was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. At age sixteen, she was sent to Theresienstadt, and then to Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen. Zdena authored Tell Me Another Morning, an autobiographical account of her experiences in Nazi concentration camps written from the lens of a young adolescent girl.

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This interview was conducted by adult students attending Urban School's Center for Innovative Teaching course on Digital Oral History during the summer of 2009.

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